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at weather and traffic. here's brian in for lawrence. >> lawrence is off too. decided to take a day or two off. outside this morning, we've got fog and drizzle as we look live toward the bay bridge. we're going to be cooler than average. 59 in livermore and 52 in santa rosa. there's drizzle out there and plenty of fog filling in the bay. because of that, temperatures to run from 5 to 10 degrees. only 80 degrees. santa rosa 73 today . and the complete forecast and a cool look ahead coming up. here's the latest on traffic. >> hey there, good morning, everybody. if you haven't heard by now, no bart strike, at least for now. more on that in a few minutes. bart reporting no delays. they are offering full service. no problems, either for muni, cal train or the
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commuter express. leaving oakland into the city, still no major back ups. a few of those lanes a little backed up. a nice start to the monday morning commute. san mateo bridge has been fine. that light traffic stays with you across the span. you are moving at the speed limit. that's a look at your drive. now to frank and juliette. >> breaking news, governor jerry brown has stepped in to avert this morning's strike. late last night, governor issued an order of a 7 day inquiry. could call for a 60 day cooling off period. the two sides are able to continue negotiations this week. a lot of team coverage for you this morning. sue kwon is checking in with commuters over at walnut creek. first, we kick it off with cate caugurian. she's in san francisco with reaction from bart management. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, frank. i can tell you aside from those two sides, the people
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that are the happiest are the commuters coming out of the bart station. and really all bart stations across the bay area. the bad news is both bart and the two unions are nowhere close to a deal. >> that was from last night's talks. the unions accused bart management for waiting until the last minute to offer proposals. and bart claims they asked the governor to step in after talks were going nowhere. here's more on what the governor's order calling for the inquiry means. he's appointed a 3 member board to investigate the strike and directed this panel to provide him with a written report of the findings within 7 days. the governor says a strike will endanger the public's health, safety and welfare. >> the way this works is there's a 7 day fact-finding period that's set up. we present them with the facts of
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the case as we see the unions will present the facts. >> we are disappointed this even has to happen. from the very on set we said we did not want to disrupt the public. the board of inquiry did not have to occur. >> reporter: during the investigation, the two sides can negotiate but they will have to do so while preparing their cases. really just have their work cut out for them. if they don't reach a deal, we could see a threat of another strike come next monday morning. what's more likely on the governor will issue a 60 day cooling off period. reporting live, cate caugurian, kpix 5. >> governor brown says he issued order for board of inquiry because a strike would disrupt public transportation services and endanger health, safety and welfare. for the sake of the people of the bay area i urged the parties to meet quickly and as long as necessary to get this dispute resolved. >> as you might expect, bart
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riders are relieved that for now, at least, the trains will keep running. reaching a contract deal still will not be easy. kpix 5 reporter sue kwon joins us live. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. by far it's not a manic monday but there's a steady stream of commuters coming into the bart station. trains are off and running. a few have left already. and on the other side, there's a line of shuttle buses that are dormant. pretty much there on stand by. as you may remember, last time 400,000 passengers were stuck having to take buses, ferries. 8,000 passengers. buses and shuttles had to turn people away as lines formed at 4 or 5:00 in the
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morning. commuters had a weekend to worry. >> wasn't looking forward to paying $30 a day to drive into work. >> what did you do last time? >> drove in and parked in a garage. >> kept an eye on it. saw the news this morning that they delayed again. sglt that saves you. >> for today. >> reporter: and so riders leaving early as 4:20 to catch flights at sfo, everything smooth so far. we have taxi cabs lined up ready to go. on the other side, four large tour buses. empty at the moment. everything smooth here. one thing to note during the last bart strike, $73 million were lost in bay area productivity and to the economy with businesses being hurt as well. this is a relief to all. hopefully they are all saying that we will not have to go through another strike. >> all right. hopefully not. sue, thanks. our coverage of the bart
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contract talks continues online >> and new this morning, as many as 20 people are temporarily homeless after an apartment complex fire. this is in san jose. first reported 12:20 a.m. on waterbury court. there is extensive damage to both apartments and some neighboring units are damaged as well. >> the first started next door to us. everybody had to get out. we heard screaming going on. and there was a lady telling everybody to get out because the building was on fire. >> everyone managed to escape without injury. it appears to have begun as a stove fire in the kitchen of a ground floor unit and spread to the apartment above. >> electrical problems are to blame for a fire that damaged two victorian. one house on west street yesterday morning and spread to the home next door. took more than two hours
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to get that fire out. nobody was hurt. >> developing news from japan where a u.s. military helicopter has crashed. the air force says four crew members were aboard. three of them reportedly ejected and survived. while the 4th person was injured and taken to a hospital. the hh 60 rescue helicopter was on a training mission at the time. the cause of the crash is not known. developing news out of afghanistan. the u.s. embassy reopened today after it was temporarily closed due to a possible militant threat. despite operations returning to normal, security remains tight. dip mro platte i can missions were also due to reopen on monday. and despite those few reopenings, the state department says 19 embassies and consulates will be closed through next
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saturday including some that were not closed this weekend. it's acting out of an abundance of caution. >> probably one of the most specific and credible threats i've seen since 9/11. everybody is taking this so seriously. the san francisco police department says it is on heightened terror alert. a statement from sfpd says the department is monitoring the situation and deploy resources if necessary. they say they are working with other law enforcement agencies in the bay area. and they say there have been no direct threat to the city. >> 5:08. footage taken from a helmet shed new light on what may have went wrng. the fire department has not released the video. the san francisco chronicle reports it details events that may have led to the
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chinese teen run over. specifically calls into question whether the chief was aware the girl was already dead when fire crews arrived at the scene. other bay area headlines. police identified the 19-year-old woman who was shot and killed early saturday in downtown san jose. kimberly estrada was riding in a friend's car when she was hit. police believed she was not the intended target and just in the wrong place at the wrong time. her death was the city's 30th homicide this year. and the company that provides ambulance service for santa clara county has filed for bankruptcy protection. filed for chapter 11 yesterday days after it made good on more than $2 million in fines and other payments it owed the county. bankruptcy filing includes a deal with lenders that will allow the company to keep
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operating. >> coming up. can your tv watch you? how some smart tvs are being hacked. plus. >> bodies were scattering and flying in the air. and people were screaming. >> what we're learning about the man that plowed into crowds of people. >> trains are rolling this morning. the bart strike has been averted but the strike is far from over. >> this monday morning, temperatures will cool. we have the forecast coming up. >> and we have mobile 5 driving across the bridge. details on this and another update on bart service when eyewitness news continues. look at 'em.
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but anyone can help a foster child. late last night to avert a strike that was threatened r 5:13. bart trains are rolling this morning. governor jerry brown stepping in late last night to avert a strike threatened today. he issued order for 7 day inquiry into the dispute. then decide whether he will call for a cooling off period. >> we are learning more about a deadly crash on the venice beach board walk that killed an italian tourist and injured a
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dozen others. bigad shaban reports. >> reporter: the driver didn't appear to hesitate as he plowed into a dense crowd. an italian woman in los angeles for her honeymoon was killed. now police believe they know who was at the wheel. 38-year-old nathan campbell who turned himself in two hours after the crash. >> how close did the car get to you when it came by? >> about 2 feet. >> manning his music booth when he saw his sedan. >> i see it back up and zigzag. i see bodies flying . >> these metal polls were installed -- poles were installed. >> the driver took time to maneuver around them. >> surveillance video documented the driver's moments
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before the crash. he parked nearby. got out of his car and walked around for about 6 minutes. dave blackburn was sitting at the cafe and notice the man get back into his car. >> and then he started going down straight down the board walk. this guy had an intent to create mayhem and massacre a lot of people. >> police believe they have no idea what motivated the driver. he remains behind bars. cbs news, venice, california. >> that driver has been blocked -- booked for investigation for murder. >> a police officer shot and killed a teen after he refused to drop his gun early sunday morning. officers ran toward the sound of gunshots when they saw 14-year-old with a shotgun and chasing another person. they ordered him to drop the gun. instead he pointed it in their direction.
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that's when one of the officers shot him hitting him in the jaw. >> [inaudible] killing around here like crazy. >> the police got on to it quickly. >> they did a good job. i respect them. >> surveillance video shows the person identified at the teen firing. >> 5:16. liza in. could have had a very busy day today. bart came through. or the governor did. >> the governor came through. no bart strike at least for the next 7 days. more on that in a few minutes. all you need to know traffic wise that bart is running. they are on schedule. no delays for any of our local transit systems including muni, cal train. as we check on the 580 commute, that's starting to get busy. you are going to see the back ups. it's going to be slow for just about a quarter
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mile and picks up through livermore. mobile 5 is up and out cruising along 580. mobile 5 is on the richmond bridge where traffic was light and no major accidents or hot spots to report to you. 101 as it rolls through the south bay. very light traffic for you approaching san jose. not been any big accidents out there. been a smooth back to work monday commute. the bay bridge drive leaving oakland into the city is wide open. it's early on the metering lights are still off. that's a look at your monday commute. now to brian. >> i think people planned on having the bart flu this morning. >> i thought i was going to get that too. >> we can't get it. starting out with fog and drizzle obey area freeways and temperatures this morning starting out only in the 50s. clouds and drizzle near the shore line and around the bay, cloudy start.
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low clouds inland. that will clear earlier certainly. for this afternoon, the clouds will linger at the beach. and around the bay, we'll get some sun and sun inland. temperatures will manage mid 80s in the warmest spots. that low that's been off the coast for what seems like years will finally begin to kick inland. between now and then, the low approaches, the pressures fall and the temperatures follow suit. cool it off between now and thursday and have a pretty mild week. very nice inland. not the suffocating hot weather. the numbers in the low 80s for the most part. if you want suffocating weather, move to fresno. 97 degrees there. 95 degrees. lake tahoe. pinpoint forecast, the numbers in the mid 70s today. 76 in santa clara. and lovely campbell, 78
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. 74 at milpitas. out in the east bay, the numbers in the low 80s. 84 for brentwood. 82 for parts of the east bay. temperatures inland will be in the low to mid 80s and fall all the way down into just the upper 70s. >> wow. >> are you guys loving that in the east bay? >> i am. absolutely. >> it's nice. 75-80 beats 9 #5 95-100 any day. >> we get it all. >> i like it. thanks. >> 5:19. usually when you turn on your television, you watch it. but hackers are using your smart tvs to watch you. operating system that's similar to a smart phone which hosts third party apps. hackers can insert malicious codes into apps like skype or facebook and
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takeover your tv cameras undetected. u.s. senator wants tv makers to find a fix. >> put in security features that computers and laptops have. the very same security features that we see in computers and laptops that make it much harder to hack into those should be on those little cameras on the tvs as well. >> so far the issue only affects samsung tvs. a spokes person says the company is aware of the security issue and released a software update to resolve that issue. >> 5:20 now. will they be banned from baseball in what the future could hold for yankees slugger alex rodriguez and several other players. >> can tiger hold on to 7 stroke lead at the bridgestone? and the as could be in trouble. we'll show you why coming up.
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hand. meals to seniors or the critically ill. raised more than $200,000 for the charity. >> good morning, everybody. if the as don't become the swinging as soon could be looking up. ranger's pitcher apologized for his critical tweet. aj griffin has now given up 28 home runs. two yesterday. that one to nelson cruz. joe nathan got alberto to ground into the game. rangers come into oakland. that lead in the west down to two and a half games. 4-0 the final. tied at 3 in the 7th. base hit. here comes the throw to hunter pence. no. giants lose 4 to 3 to rays. tiger woods 7th stroke victory. it's the 8th
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good evening, this is flo. [laughs] yes, i'm that flo. aren't you sweet! licensed phone-ups available 24/7. call 1-800-progressive. this is kpix 5 news. >> governor jerry brown steps in and averts a bart strike. now he's calling in for investigation into contract talks. >> can't wait to see my teammates. i feel like i can help us win. >> steroid suspension. the tough punishment facing alex rodriguez later today.
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>> and we'll be enduring another day of fog and low clouds. and a cool week ahead. we'll have the forecast coming up. >> bart trains are running this morning with no delays. we have a small back up now. details with traffic in a few minutes. >> good morning, monday is here. it's august the 5th. >> good morning. michelle is off this morning. it is 5:30. >> next 7 days, the trains will run. there will be no lock out, there will be no strike. >> that is the breaking news on the bart labor situation this morning. the governor stepping in late last night to avert a possible strike for at least another week. he ordered a 7 day board of inquiry to review the negotiations gone on over the last several months. kpix 5 reporter cate caugurian has reaction from both sides. joining us now live from san francisco. >> reporter: that's good news for the commuters coming out of the bart station this morning. the two sides both bart and the
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two unions have their work cut out for them. in addition to trying to hammer out a deal, they have to answer to jerry brown. issued an order for board of investigators to do a 7 day inquiry that threatened to shut down bart. he appointed a three member board to investigate. provide him with a written report within 7 days. the governor stepped in at the last minute after negotiations were at a standstill. >> we think the fact-finding itself is going to be important to understand. public report will be issued. >> the governor saw that there is not the leadership on the employer's side to reach an agreement. >> during this period, all strikes and lock downed are prohibited as the investigation is in progress. after the order was issued, issued their own statement accusing bart management of waiting until the last minute to offer counter proposals to the core issues and bart says they were the ones who
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reached out to governor jerry brown after the two sides were too far apart: cate caugurian kpix 5. >> what does this mean for the 7 daytime period. are the talks over or are they talking? >> reporter: well, it means they still can negotiate during the 7 day period. but they are going to be busy trying to present their case to governor jerry brown. we could see a threat of another strike come next monday morning or also see the governor issue a 60 day cooling off period. cate caugurian, thank you. >> the news of a strike alerted temporarily. means this morning's commute will be normal for 400,000 people. some people didn't get the news. sue kwon has more on that big surprise. good morning. >> reporter: oh, yeah. imagine the surprise of the bus drivers who had to show up here and
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never got the memo. never got a phone call saying the strike was over. they went to bed early and look what we found this morning. we had 10 buses lined up and ready to go over. and much different than last time. these bus drivers come in from everywhere and cost about $100 for half day minimum including the cost of rental. they were told to be here at 5:00 in the morning. they did not get a call. they called bart and couldn't get through. just about two minutes ago, we saw these shuttle buses take off. this has been a wild ride for commuters. >> i don't really know whose side to be on. i was talking to somebody who works for bart
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saying the unions have been weakened. i just don't know. i don't know whose side to be on. all i know is i want to be able to take bart. >> i hope they work it out. i rely on bart to get to where i need to go. cause i don't drive. it's very important to me, i can get to where i need to be and stuff like that. >> reporter: so uncertainty all around. but the good news is there are no long lines. people got the memo there wouldn't be shuttle service here or the need for it. the bay area council estimated it cost $73 million a day in productivity and injury to businesses suffering. again, this is good news but a waste of money today for about 10 buses that showed up here and then just left, called off a little too late. reporting live, as you can hear, barts are running.
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>> hundreds of thousands of commuters are pawns in an on-going game. if a strike happens again, possibility of lining up for hours waiting for buses to take them across the bay. and this was the scene in san francisco during the first strike in july. money is actually available to get more buses. but some on the board do not want to be seen as strike breakers. >> there are some folks who think we should go all out. others who say the only way to get this settled is to have the inconvenience. >> unlike muni drivers, bart workers do not have a no strike clause. our coverage of the talks continues online >> a lot of folks who went to bed, didn't know whether bart was running or not. traffic is pretty good. >> traffic's been fine.
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in fact, lighter traffic than usual for a monday morning as we check on the bart system. they are offering full service this morning and on a normal weekday schedule. bart trains are running with no big delays. no problems for the ace train. 880/237 commute. that has been free and clear of any major problems. normally southbound 880 would be backed up as you approach mission. it's wide open. 101 into south bay, this is it right here pictures of traffic both directions moving at the speed limit. and the bay bridge commute, we have a small back up in the outside lanes extending to the end of the east parking lot. the inside lanes are soing okay with no big delays. that's a look at your monday commute. now to brian. >> so far so good. same thing in the weather department. there's nothing and drizzle close to the shore line today.
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we're looking for things to cool down. right now still see the bay bridge. numbers are in the 50s. if you are watching us on the top of mount diablo, it is 69 degrees at this hour. well atop the marine inversion. it's warmup top, cold down below. temperatures today 75 in san jose. santa clara 75. in antioch, low 80 s inland. those numbers will come down to the upper 70s. 82 degrees and on bridge way and sausalito, 62. in the city, 61. a cool week ahead coming up. let's get the latest. >> thanks. 5:37. major league baseball is expected to announce later today it is suspending alex rodriguez for the rest of this season and all of next season.
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rodriguez could still be in the line up for the yankees later tonight. >> reporter: alex rodriguez spent the weekend playing for the minor league team. scheduled to be back in the line up tonight. his first game in the majors this season after hip surgery. sources say mlb told the yankees they will suspend rodriguez likely through the end of the 2014 season. the three time american league mvp will be allowed to play while appealing. rodriguez spoke about playing in tonight's game. >> can't wait to see my teammates. i feel like i can help us win. >> rodriguez is suspected of using performance enhancing drugs. he also obstructed mlb's investigation into the biogenesis clinic which is accused of providing the drugs. >> rodriguez is the highest
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look at the pictures, they do age a lot. >> there's something to be said for that. 5:45. brian is here. you don't age. that's all i got to say. >> after doing this shift, i'm 23 combraers -- years old but look at me. we're starting out with numbers mostly in the 50s and fog and low clouds near the shore line. seems to be a bit of a broken record. that's in the bay area. is this august? it is. and it's going to continue cool. drizzle at the coast. low clouds as well. afternoon clearing near the shore. but not much. we'll stay on the cool side for the rest of the week. and it's all because of this cold front. low pressure off shore pretty much all summer. it will keep us that way right through the end of the week. but then as that low kicks in, this guy is going
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to begin to push in over northern california on thursday and friday. we'll get clouds then. for today, the clouds could slow you down. we shall see. forecast high of 68. and heading out, expect thunderm thunderstorms at denver again and in chicago. chicago gets 77 but sunshine for new york, 102 in houston. yikes. they know what august is about in texas. 84 for morgan hill and 78 today. concord at 80 today . and 84 in brentwood. livermore hits 82 and nice day in the wine country for 75. and we'll manage mid 70s for the most part. extended forecast going to cool it down. temperatures will bottom out on thursday and friday. upper 80s. 60s around the bay this week. in the extended forecast for saturday and sunday, the numbers
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finally begin to bump up. let's get a bent metal update. >> good morning, everybody. no big accidents to report to you. and it's great news if you are a bart rider. no bart strike at least for now. and they are offering full service on the system. no delays for bart, muni, cal train and express trains are on schedule so far this morning. if you plan on driving, westbound 580 is going to be slow. we already have back ups there. the 580 drive will be heavy from grant line. that stays slow through the livermore valley. going to be a slow drive for westbound highway 4 commute leaving antioch. traffic picks up toward the concord area. the bay bridge commuting leaving oakland heading into the city. we are seeing early back up for the bay bridge toll plaza. it is slow from the 880 over crossing. if you want to take the golden gate
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instead, southbound traffic looking good approaching san francisco with no big delays. that's a look at the commute. now to frank and juliette. >> ohio kidnapper gina made a surprising debut. beaten and held captive for about a decade until this past may. castro pleaded guilty and will spend the rest of his life behind bars. >> searchers have found the body of a man saturday afternoon. this picture was taken moments before the tunnel collapsed on 25-year-old colin. he and five friends were 6,000 feet up when they walked through the tunnel. two other snow
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boarders were hit but escaped. flooding caused by heavy rain left drivers stuck in their car. other people didn't mind. in wichita some waited on it. others brought out the rafts. authorities are taking high water seriously. they went door to door urging people to evacuate. the nearby creek is expected to peak later today. >> fire on a baggage carousal kept florida travelers waiting. yesterday afternoon. apparently started in a behind the scene's belt there. smoke began pouring out. >> i got about 20 feet, the roof caved in. water started squirting out. and i could look up and see it on fire. it turned real black real quick. the smoke just pouring out. >> the fire caused flight delays but no cancellations. not clear whether passenger's
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bags were destroyed or damaged. 5:50. coming up. the immigration debate in the spotlight. how silicon valley is taking up that flight. >> a tiny town city leader reelected. the goals for next term. ♪ [ male announcer ] wouldn't it be great if all devices had backup power? the chevrolet volt does. it's ingeniously designed to seamlessly switch from electricity to gas to extend your driving range. no wonder volt is america's best-selling plug-in. that's american ingenuity to find new roads. ♪ the 2013 volt. charge ahead of the rest in the hov lane. ♪
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he's co-hosting a premiere a film about undocumented immigrants. "documented" shares the st of i facebook founder mark zuckerberg is speaking out. co-hosting a premiere about undocumented immigrants. set to address the crowd before the film debut. expected to go beyond obtaining visas for high tech workers. might be against the law
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soon to live in a car in palo alto. due to vote on the issue at tonight's 7:00 meeting. city council committee voted in june to recommend the ban. the city is getting complaints about people sleeping in their cars. a group plans to protest an hour before the council meetings. a city law to ban smoking has been delayed until the fall. the city council had expected it would be adopted by july. but now , members will not look at a revision until next month with adoption possible in october. city staff is working on how enforcement and implementation will be handled. >> well, nobody won the weekend jackpot for the multi state power ball lottery. but a ticket was caught at the arco station on landis avenue.
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matched all the numbers except the power ball number. very close. $1.1 million. nothing to sneeze at . the five regular numbers are 21, 24, 36, 42 and 45. and the power ball number, number 15. since nobody won the main prize, the jackpot gets jacked up again wednesday night. $400 million up for grabs. i already have five tickets. >> do you really? >> got to try at least. got worldwide attention. the effort paid off . >> a four year old just won a second term as mayor. thousands cast their ballot in an election that usually only gets a few hundred votes. >> i got early before anybody. >> his political platform is amazing. as long as he's talking about chocolate ice
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cream, we're okay. >> this is not an office that carries duties for running the city but pretty cool to have this on his resume. >> he may do a better job. it is 5:56. coming up, taking no chances. the major terror threat that has u.s. embassies staying closed. >> new details on a driver. witnesses say he was out for blood. >> reporter: and governor jerry brown puts an end to the bart strike for now. the new assignment he has for bart and the two unions. ,,,,,,,,
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look at 'em.
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living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our shoes. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. for the next 7 days, the trains will run. there will be no lock out. there will be no strike. >> a broke for commuters. the governor steps in to avert a
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strike. both sides remain far apart. >> we have been here for the last 24 hours. and we only got a very regressive proposal. >> this is not a union busting offer. this is not a union busting board. >> this guy had an intent to create mayhem. >> a driver plows into a crowd at the venice beach board walk killing an italian tourist. >> a terrorist threat shuts down american embassies across the muslim world. >> i feel like i can help us win. >> major league baseball pulls a new york yankee that alex rodriguez will be suspended. >> from across the bay, to around the world, the stories that matter on kpix 5 news this morning. >> hi, everyone. good porng. monday is here. it's august the 5th. i'm frank mallicoat. >> good morning.

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